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Chef Gets Hired by Law Firm to Foil Security Guard

This chef was just trying to deliver some food to a law firm as usual when the power-tripping security guard got in the way. Luckily things got sorted out. For another work story, here's an Australian engineer who let a farm owner destroy his own car.

A Chef delivering food to a law firm gets hired and fired to get by the rules of the security guard | r/IDontWorkHerelady Posted by u/Ars-Torok 8 hours ago 4 day hired and fired law firm XXXL Not sure if this one belongs here, but hope enjoy anyway. So this is about five years ago worked as chef at bakery my job make everything but baked goods. Every morning Baker and would walk at about 4 am and knock out all food needed day. This would leave ready go home around 10 AM or so. This put us at
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New Hire Barely Works, Still Uses Company as Reference

This person had the misfortune of hiring Karen, who found herself constantly sidetracked with a variety of intriguing excuses. After being let go, she topped it off by using them as a reference. They gave a polite, yet clear message as to their ex-employee's behavior. Sometimes new hires just can't pull it together, like these new hires that got fired on the first day.

New Hire Karen doesn't come to work, lies, gets fired and then uses the company as a reference | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by SumoNinja17 New hire misses MOST first three weeks work, then uses as reference TL:DR neighbor/Karen takes advantage our company with outrageous claims, then uses us as reference get our point across with creative wording. Karen continues use us reference and clueless protected fellow business owners
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What New Hires Did to Get Fired on the First Day

A new job may be confusing and hard, but it's still pretty hard to do something so dumb that it will get you fired on the spot. Here are some unwise choices new hires made that made their managers pull the plug before they could do any more damage. It's almost as if it's a competition to get fired.

Things people did to get the fired on the first day | reddit posted by BADMANvegeta_ Guy lied about knowing drive forklift. Drove into support beam photo of man driving in a warehouse dressed in a safety jacket
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Really Inappropriate Clothes People Wore to Job Interviews

It sucks to be unprepared for a job interview, but what sucks more is when you walk in and realize immediately that you've worn the wrong thing and they realize you're unprepared from the get-go. In some cases, this didn't stop people form getting the job. In other cases, employers could tell right away that it wasn't gonna work out.. In the same vein, here are interview responses that made employers immediately say "nope."

Times people being interviewed for jobs wore stupid things.
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19 Interview Responses That Immediately Make Employers Say "Nope"

If you're looking for a job, it helps to have some common sense during the interview process. Stuff like "show up on time" or "don't be a huge ass to everyone around you." You would be surprised by how many people can't seem to do this. For the ones who got through, here are 41 bosses and managers sharing stories of their worst employees.

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10 People Share the Most Beneficial Lies They've Ever Told

After-school television always told us that lying is wrong, and that telling the truth is always the best option. So you can see that we're in a bit of a moral bind here, given these stories where lying helped people immeasurably.

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Challenge accomplished!

NEW CHALLENGE ALERT: Secure employment while comatose or otherwise unconscious for the full duration of the interview process.

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Of course in this day an age, having any kind of job is a victory in and of itself. Which is how I rationalize Water Cooler Chris' eventual demotion.

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